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Biosecurity sniffer dogs removed from northern Australian airports to ‘high risk’ international mail

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International airports at Darwin and Cairns are once again operating without a biosecurity sniffer dog after authorities redeployed canines south to focus mostly on international mail deliveries.

In October last year, after the ABC revealed a gap in Darwin Airport’s ability to check for African swine fever, the Federal Government installed Suki, the sniffer dog.

Suki was later replaced by another dog, named Lester,…



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